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Jul 9, 2011 6:30pm EDT
that away lessens the number of competitors and would be a very big disaster for competition in this space. >> is there really like my job, and so i am going to say that the merger is going to go through the fcc and the department of justice and i look forward to sing with the outcome is. >> why don't you just tell us what you think and not anyone else? we're discussing the recent fcc report on competition in the wireless industry. we're pleased to be joined by representatives from the wireless industry, and from the free press, a think tank policy group that looks at these telecommunications issues. matt wood is the policy director, paul kirby of telecommunications reports. next question? >> often this report does not get much attention, but because of the merger. they are considering, groups and companies who are proposed the merger say, look, they cannot determine the effective competition for the second year and a row, that shows the merger should not be approved. at&t says we think it shows how many carriers people have choices of. i wanted to get your views on the public's standpoint
Jul 30, 2011 6:30pm EDT
that they are green facilities. we are very excited about it. >> cloud computing, you said that there were other big names? >> costs are low. our area has low temperatures. you can use a lot of heat exchange type systems to cool the facilities with outside air, making it much more efficient to operate. the largest is on the roof of this facility. >> are you excited about the prospects? >> the rate that things are going from an efficiency standpoint, many businesses are at a point where they are trying to figure out what to do. they need to upgrade those facilities and moved into a facility like ours. move into the cloud. or find resources that are their own. we are excited to be on the edge of technology that is efficient, secure, and saved. we talked about how reliable the facility is. we are the only one in oregon to have the design for the rating. we are very excited about the opportunity. >> how many jobs have you created? >> 10 new in the region. it is a nice piece of the economic puzzle, attracting businesses into the region, getting some of the benefits that central oregon offers. >> i know t
Jul 23, 2011 6:30pm EDT
compared to the internet but they are all part of the big package. we think that is actually low, because it was given to us in 2009, and we're concerned it will be much higher than that and will continue to get higher than that. the collection is a big issue for the states that rely onto revenue but those folks in the towns across the country are trying to make a living selling to the people inside their community that have an automatic 6 to 8% price dis advantage simply because that truck is driving around town and dropping off packages is truly having a devastating effect on small and, frankly, medium-sized retailers in this country. there is a lot of them. i get way too many conversations, telephone calls from small retailers around this country that are in their view, being killed by that price differential. >> now, mr. byrne raises the point that some of the leading opponents of sales tax on-line is walmart and target, national retailers, who have also been blamed by small retailers for price pressures and that sort of thing. wo
Jul 2, 2011 6:30pm EDT
steve ballmer. as a big company, we have a responsibility not just to socially respect the user but to build the technology that will protect the anonymity, privacy, the security of what i said, who i say it to, where i go, what is important to me. given the recent hearing on phone tracking, given the fact that if you look at it website and targeted advertising pops up a matter where you go, there is a lot of concern out there about being tracked. does microsoft have the technology and do you aggregate the information that you collect from people? or can you identify individuals? >> on the phone, for instance, there has to be an express action by the consumer to say that you want to make your location known. so, no, that is not known or aggregated. every application, every encounter, you can either turn it off completely or every action, every encounter you have to expressly say, yes, you want the information to be known. a lot of people want the services. those who are aware of the service is really like them. you can stand on a street corner and a movie theater is there and yo
Jul 16, 2011 6:30pm EDT
, getting citizens involved in this in a big way. building upon that spirit that you spoke about. >> thank you, governor. in washington, d.c., focusing on new york, these were high rise stories such as i shared at the outset with how to become resilience. anything that a more modest scale, that is the emotion that is tied to them. the deep emotions we are all familiar with online/11 is the shock and trauma. it will come back, if you acknowledge it will be there. now we need to harness it by asking -- what can you do? children, perhaps, asking, where were your parents on 9/11? what are they willing to do now? access like that would be powerful for many adults. my daughter just turned 16. she was 6 on 9/11. i know that she was focusing on this and saying that this is a part of the day. something that i think we could really help with in terms of bringing great strength back to our society. >> as we think about this, regarding resiliency and better inform citizens, the most important title and citizen, part of it also involves physical construction as well. i am wondering, governors do best w
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